ADI supporters document how UniverSoul circus animals are tied up, confined, and even caged for several hours.
Animal behavior scientists believe these long periods of forced inactivity contribute to the development of abnormal behaviors such as rocking and weaving.
Last week at UniverSoul Circus was no exception. ADI supporters took these pictures of circus animals, tied up, confined, and even caged for several hours. It’s a sad look into what life is really like behind the scenes for circus animals.
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